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A group of Furman students is working to increase voter registration on campus. (Photo courtesy of Greenville News/Josh Morgan/STAFF)

A group of Furman students, along with Politics and International Affairs Professor David Fleming, is using a grassroots effort to inspire other students to register to vote. The Greenville News wrote about that DinsVote effort, which includes on-campus voter drives in preparation for the November mid-term election. The effort is an outgrowth of the effort in 2016 when a group of Furman students sued and won the right to register to vote in Greenville County as regular residents.

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